The legislation currently being debated in Washington, DC and Sacramento could result in significant changes for the philanthropy sector and our communities.
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After 18 years of pooled funding support for Baltimore neighborhood revitalization, the Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative (BNC) concluded its operation and transitioned its work to partner organizations and an ongoing Neighborhood and Community Development Affinity Group within the Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers.
This spreadsheet provides the results of a Forum survey that asked PSOs to report their census activities and advocacy in preparation for the 2020 Census.
Philanthropy Serving Organizations (PSOs) have the unique privilege of being able to convene and organize some of the most influential funding groups on any given issue. As such, they play a key role in helping the philanthropic sector invest in and adhere to equitable practices.
For this suite of resources, GrantCraft captured the wisdom of philanthropic leaders who have participated in multi-party advocacy collaboratives and conducted a literature scan of how foundations talk about advocacy-focused collaborative work.
Join us on May 7 to hear from Jeffreen M. Hayes, executive director, ThreeWalls Gallery; Angie Kim, president & CEO, Center for Cultural Innovation; and F. Javier Torres, program director, Thriving Cultures, Surdna Foundation.
Save the dates for this day and a half workshop in Charleston, WV on December 12th-13th!
Resources from a concurrent session during the 2019 Forum Annual Conference in Cleveland, OH that featured representatives of Mission Investors Exchange, Philanthropy Northwest, and Locus Impact Investing who discussed about the importance of opportunity zones, impact investing and loan guarantee strategies. This session focused on the role of PSOs in ensuring that communities are prepared to ensure that investments are done through an equity lens.